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There was no CCTV footage available, Praveen Kumar said Officials said further investigations were on and a case has been registered at the Noida Sector 24 police station For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: August 2 2012 6:24 am Top News Khar Gymkhana marker Manoj Kasare frittered away a 2-0 advantage and many opportunities later before crashing out of the Shyam Shroff Memorial All India Open Invitation Snooker Tournament at the Khar Gymkhanaon Wednesday Taking advantage of home conditionsKasare was off to a flyer against Delhi lad Rishit Jain in an exciting best-of-five frames fourth round But he surprisingly lost his wayafter dropping the crucial third frame on the blue and the fourth in a nail-biting black ball tie Another marker Ajinkya Yelve of Catholic Gymkhana in contrast recovered brilliantly from a 2-0 deficit to force the decider before bowing out against veteran Vimal Thakkar of Chembur Gymkhana in another exciting fourth round tie In the same roundlittle-known Aashit Pandya of Domibvali Gymkhana upset fancied Shekhar Surve of Shivaji Park Gymkhana after leading 2-0 and dropping the fourth frame on the black The significant winners in the third round wereMahesh Jagdale and Sunil Jainboth of Elphinstone Cricket Cluband the talented Shahbaz Khan of Vashi While those progressing past the fourth round were Thanes Kunal Rakodewho beatNikhil Ghadge 59-3251-1642-6561-13and Gaurav Prabhu from MIG who overcame Karan Punjabi from Khar Gymkhana 54-2748-2269-25 Results 4th Rd: Rishit Jain (Delhi) bt Manoj Kasare (Khar Gym) 39-5450-5654-4181-7471-40; Vimal Thakkar (Chembur Gym) bt Ajinkya Yelve (Catholic Gym) 49-3569-4842-7163-7359-24; Kunal Rokade (Thane) bt Nikhil Ghadge (Matunga Gym) 59-3251-1642-6561-13; Aashit Pandya (Dombivali Gym) bt Shekhar Surve (Shivaji Park Gym) 62-870-2950-6063-6965-28; Gaurav Prabhu (MIG) bt Karan Punjabi (Khar Gym) 54-2748-2269-25; Chandu Shah (PJ Hindu Gym) bt Vishal Mehta (JVPG) 72-1822-6764-1657-48; Pratik Vaidya (Nagpur) bt Raj Khandwala (CCI) 54-2243-7164-3548-5962-42; 3rd Rd: Bunty Ratra (Delhi) bt Rahul Sachdev (JVPG) 73-6875-391-9062-17; Abhinav Kripalu (CCI) bt Kashif Dalwai (Jogeshwari) 57-1121-4966-1550-19; Yash Rungta (Kandivali) bt J S Kohli (Khar Gym) 55-3167-2962-24; Karan Mangat (Surat) bt Sharad Kumar (Delhi) 61-3318-5469-4966-31; Nitesh Madan (Delhi) bt Abhinav Edake (Dombivali Gym) 51-6456-6082-3872-1765-23; Sunil Jain (Elphinstone CC) bt Jackie Sorain (Khar Gym) 56-3865-553-49; Mahesh Jagdale (Elphinstone CC) bt Kartikeya Sharma (Vashi) 70(44)-554-5868-5972-8; Jigar Shah (Country Club) bt Reza Merchant (Khar Gym) 33-5461-2283-7541-6758-40; Shahbaz Khan (Vashi) bt Rajwardhan Joshi (PYCPune) 75-5059-3163-28; 2nd Rd: Karan Mangat (Surat) bt Moksh Wadecha (Surat) 61-6848-2561-5018-5645-36 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBerlin: Ukraine’s former world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko announced his retirement from boxing on Thursday to scupper any hopes of a November rematch against Britain’s Anthony Joshua Hamburg-based Klitschko 41 hangs up his gloves as one of the all-time greats of the ring after a nine-and-a-half year reign as heavyweight champion which was ended in 2015 and his last two fights ended in defeat Wladimir Klitschko’s last fight was against Anthony Joshua Reuters He is behind only the great Joe Louis as the second-longest serving heavyweight champion of all time having enjoyed 18 consecutive defences over a nine-year span Louis had 26 title defences between 1937 and 1949 Klitschko nicknamed ‘Dr Steelhammer’ won super-heavyweight gold at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games After turning professional he was the undisputed world champion from 2006-2015 a period in which he held several belts His reign was ended two years ago when he finally lost to Britain’s Tyson Fury on points Klitschko’s last fight was in April when he was stopped by Joshua in the 11th round of the WBA title fight in front of 90000 at Wembley Stadium in London in a hard-fought bout in which both fighters hit the canvas Klitschko showed plenty of heart by recovering being put down in the fifth to drop Joshua to the floor in the next round Klitschko’s retirement dashes a mooted blockbuster rematch with Joshua possibly in Las Vegas in November Joshua is now most likely to fight mandatory challenger Bulgaria’s Kubrat Pulev as he chases a unifying bout against WBC champion Deontay Wilder of the United States or New Zealand’s WBO champion Joseph Parker Website crash Such was the interest in Klitschko’s announcement that the demand crashed his website on Thursday morning "After my last fight against Anthony Joshua I deliberately took the time to make a decision" said Klitschko whose elder brother Vitali 46 is also a former world heavyweight boxing champion "I never thought I’d have such a long and incredibly successful boxing career I thank you all from the bottom of my heart" he told his fans in a statement Klitschko bows out with a record of 64 wins and five defeats with 54 knock-out wins in 69 professional bouts "I have achieved everything I dreamt of and now I want to start my second career after sports" added Klitschko in a video statement "27 years ago I started my journey and it was the best decision I could have ever made "Because of this choice I have travelled the world learnt new languages created businesses built intellectual properties helped people in need "I became a scientist an entrepeneur a motivator a leader a trainer an investor and much more "I’m still able to do all this because of the global appeal of the sport of boxing Hotel interests "At some point in our lives we need or just want to switch our careers and get ready for the next challenges I’m no exception "Now it is my turn I’m honestly doing this with respect for the new challenges and also with tremendous excitement passion and dedication "I am expecting and hoping that my next career which I have been planning and working on for a few years will be at least as successful as my old one" Among his future projects Klitschko will now turn his attention to the hotel industry He is involved in a chain of luxury hotels — 11 Mirrors — in Ukraine and has plans to expand "We are concentrating on expanding with 11 Mirrors to Germany and the USA" Klitschko told German finance magazine Euro am Sonntag "I like to spend a lot of money on the training of my employees "There is no better return on investment than investing money in its team" Manila: The Philippines’ top graft-buster a fearless grandmother who has sued politicians from the president down in her quest to rid her country of corruption laughs in the face of death threats — literally Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales 75 chuckled as she recounted to AFP how she was reluctantly obliged to put up a higher fence around her house after a grenade with her initials on it was discovered by her property in 2012 "I’m not scared" she said her eyes flashing as she thumped her hand on the desk in her office Conchita Carpio Morales Image Courtesy: WordPress/Balitang San Rafael The people she investigates "are the ones who are intimidated — that’s why they are trying to scare me" Fighting corruption is dangerous work in the graft-plagued Philippines where witnesses — even judges — are gunned down and convicted politicians are freed and re-elected After four decades in the country’s notoriously corrupt judiciary Morales was looking forward to retirement when former president Benigno Aquino asked her to head a special body to prosecute corrupt officials as part of his centrepiece anti-graft crusade On Wednesday her "moral courage and commitment to justice in taking head-on one of the most intractable problems in the Philippines" is set to be recognised when she will be awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Award — Asia’s version of the Nobel "She is quite simply an inspiring public servant" the judges said Indict ‘sacred cows’ Born into a family of honest lawyers Morales had a slow and tricky rise through the ranks due to her incorruptibility but finally made it to the Supreme Court where she became the first female magistrate to swear in a president in 2010 A tireless worker she now puts in 12-hour days six days a week at the Ombudsman — Sundays are reserved for the grandchildren — and her discipline is credited with boosting the office’s conviction rate to 75 percent from just 41 percent when she took office in 2011 Despite progress under Aquino fighting "endemic" corruption in the Philippines is an uphill battle she said adding that corruption flourishes when people think they can get away with it "We file cases against top government officials" she said When the "so-called sacred cows are indicted that should give a signal to people to be more cautious" she added Her biggest frustration came when the Supreme Court freed ex-president Gloria Arroyo and powerful former senator Juan Ponce Enrile despite what Morales insists was solid evidence of graft The pair had pleaded ill-health for years and were detained in government hospitals but it was all an act Morales said: "after you are free. you swagger" Her tenaciousness has earned her many enemies including former vice president Jejomar Binay who called her "stupid" after she charged him with taking huge kickbacks when he was mayor But she argues the Philippines’ culture of political patronage is allowing top leaders to evade accountability "They act like they’re Robin Hood" she said When her son died of cancer at 41 last year some of her more unpleasant critics used the personal tragedy to attack her "They said it was my karma See how cruel people are" she said adding that she was however "made of strong stuff" Morales who is not due to step down until 2018 will continue her work under new President Rodrigo Duterte but said her agency will remain impartial "We do not take orders from anyone We are independent Period" Berlin: Sports director Klaus Allofs has left VfL Wolfsburg with the club just above the Bundesliga relegation places weeks after Dieter Hecking was fired as coach File photo of former Wolfsburg sporting director Klaus Allofs Reuters A 5-0 drubbing at Bayern Munich on Saturday — Wolfsburg’s heaviest defeat in the Bundesliga — was the final straw "Personally it’s a sad day for me" ex-West Germany striker Allofs 60 who had been in the post four years told the club’s website on Monday "After intensive talks in the last few weeks we have come to this decision "Unfortunately under my leadership VfL couldn’t take the next step and establish themselves in the top group of the Bundesliga and in international football" With Allofs and Hecking in charge Wolfsburg finished second only to Bayern in the 2014/15 season and came eighth last term And in April Wolfsburg beat Real Madrid 2-0 at home in the quarter-finals of the Champions League the farthest the club has ever got before bowing out with a 3-0 defeat in the return at the Bernabeu However the 2015 German Cup winners are now in danger of slipping into the bottom three and are only out of the relegation places on goal difference Coach Valerien Ismael has taken just four points in his seven games since Hecking was fired in October and there is unrest behind the scenes with want-away Germany forward Julian Draxler out of the squad for the match in Munich The 23-year-old cost Wolfsburg 35 million euros ($37m) from Schalke in August 2015 but has repeatedly said he wants to leave the north German club Mumbai | Updated: February 6 2014 12:59 pm Related News SHREYA RAMANN A protest against acid attacks was held at Bandra Terminus Saturday evening as a part of the “spot of shame” campaign by Stop Acid Attacks (SAA) an NGO The initiative aims at identifying specific places where women have been victims of violence and stage protests there to spread awareness Saturday’s protest was against the acid attack on Preeti Rathi who was attacked at Bandra Terminus in May last year She succumbed to her injuries in June last year Several citizens participated in Saturday’s protest Street plays and songs which were part of the movement conveyed the horrors faced by women A discussion was also held on the increasing cases of acid attacks and how to curb this menace Lakshmi who is an acid attack survivor from Delhi said at the protest “What society needs now is change If more people were active my attacker would have been caught much sooner” she said Megha Ramaswamy who is working on a documentary on acid attacks and is also a volunteer in the campaign said “The first phase of the campaign is directed towards spreading awareness about acid attacks At the moment protection of women is a highly relevant topic However due to a greater focus on rape very little is known about acid attacks In the following phases we will deal with other forms of violence against women” “Many victims of acid attacks do not come forward because they do not get support Only when people are aware of acid attacks can they be sensitised” said Alok Dixit a social activist and SSA founder [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 13 2012 12:18 am Related News The condition of the burial ground for children continues to be pitiable despite the proposals made by the Municipal Corporation over a period of time There is no fencing or a boundary walldue to which there is free access to the burial ground The recent incident in which a half burnt body of an infant was foundhighlighted the apathy of the authorities towards the condition of the ground The infant had been buried on Monday by the parents Howeverwhen they went on Tuesday to perform some ritualsthey found the grave dug up and the half burnt body of their child at the burial ground Proposals have often been mooted by the civic body to improve the situation of the burial ground Howeverno work was undertaken There have been instances in the past when stray animals entered the burial ground and dug up the graves of the children The bodies are now buried a few feet deeper Area councillor Subhash Chawla said that he has discussed the issue with the Mayor and steps will be taken soon There is a need to construct a boundary wall as the burial ground is open from three sides and is very isolated Keeping in view Tuesdays incidenta security guard needs to be hired The burial ground is surrounded by forest land and permission will be required from the Administration for constructing the boundary wall? Vinod Sawhney.

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